Animoji Karaoke performance. Screenshot: Twitter

The iPhone X allows users to create what is being dubbed Animoji Karaoke, in which the phone’s classic emoji can lip-sync along to any song through a self-recording process discovered by tech journalist Harry McCracken.

The lip-synching emojis have taken over social media in the past week as users have created increasingly complex recordings ranging from the poop emoji’s rendition of Madonna’s “Like A Prayer” to a unicorn, dog duet performing Warren G and Nate Dogg’s “Regulate.” A Twitter contest of sorts continues to up the ante on the Animoji Karaoke videos.

Nicki Minaj posted a unicorn singing "Motor Sport" and several critics have already chastised the Animoji Karaoke craze as childish. A rendition of Daddy Yankee's "Gasolina" has also made the rounds.

Although the process for creating the Animoji Karaoke clips is a bit unorthodox, Apple Insider has a step-by-step guide to recording yourself and syncing up the sound outside of the iMessage app. McCracken notes that the 10-second video recording limit in the Messages app impedes creativity. However, the new iOS screen recording feature allows users to record just about any song length you desire using your own face. Every Animoji from the fox to the pig to the robot can be seen bouncing along to any beat as the videos below clearly show.

Although iMovie and other Mac video editing features have been used to create more complex videos, one user created a Chicken-Dog-Fox-Monkey quartet’s performance of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” using the Pic Stitch – Collage Editor.

The standard iOS sharing feature allows users to save the Animoji Karaoke clip as a video on your camera roll, where you can then share it to Twitter, Reddit or anywhere else you’d like to brag about your productivity.

"Taking out my teenage rage with #AnimojiKaraoke #AniMoji," wrote one fan.